How to Talk About Being Laid Off With Your Family, Friends, and Network

Being laid off stinks. What stinks almost worse is having to explain your situation to your friends, family, and extended network. Lucky for you, we have the perfect templates to craft messages that aren't awkward and will leverage your contacts for future job opportunities.

How to Get (More) Comfortable Having Honest Conversations With Your Boss

Openly communicating with your boss can be intimidating, but it can also improve your relationship and enhance your performance within the workplace. Though these little chats may be awkward, they’re well worth the effort. Check out these tips for how to be more honest with your boss.

4 “Fun” Interview Situations You Might Face (and How to Navigate Each One)

After a few rounds on the job interview circuit, you have a decent idea of what to expect—but then the company emails you to tell you your interview will be over drinks or lunch. How do you navigate this kind of meeting? Here’s how to approach four common scenarios.

This Is Exactly How to List Volunteer Work on Your Resume

Will hiring managers even care about the time you spent building homes in Central America or organizing that charity walk? I’ll make this one easy for you: yes! Here’s the right way to add volunteer experience to your resume, in three easy steps.

What’s a Normal Challenge at a New Job and What’s a Huge Red Flag?

So, you just started a new job and are worried that it wasn't what you thought it would be. Fear not! We have a list of what's normal and what's not.

3 Strategies That’ll Make Working With People Easier (Because It’s Hard)

Looking to form stronger bonds with your co-workers? How about just create any bonds? Try using these three therapy tips to improve communication.

How to Convince a Company You’re Ready for a Manager Role Before You’re a Manager

You’re ready to take the next step in your career, but you don’t have any management experience on your resume. Here are four tips to make this journey easier.

How to Do a Practice Interview That’ll Actually Help You

Interviews are intimidating but can make the difference between getting hiring or not. Read on to learn how to practice your skills, and become an interview pro

This Is How You Write a Pain Point Cover Letter (Examples Included!)

A compelling and customized cover letter addressing an employer’s pain points is easier to write than you think—and all you need to make one is right here!

Your Handy Answer to “How Long Do I Keep My Graduation Year on My Resume?”

Everyone struggles with what to keep or cut on a resume. When is comes to education and whether to keep your graduation year on it, we have concrete advice.